Our focus on today’s article is how we can avoid editing mistakes, learn from them and make use of Photoshop’s amazing tools in a professional manner. Overdoing images stand out and even if the internet is slowly becoming saturated with these examples, more reason to make your photos stand out with subtle & stylish editing.
Every photographer wants to give Long Exposure Photography a go at some point, whether locally or on vacation to amazing scenery. So check out these great tips to get you started and yearning for more field experience!
The discussion about High-Res images will continue forever in digital photography. But WHY we need to understand it is a different story altogether. This article will follow you down the path of distinguishing the need for high-res and low-res images in today’s digital world.
To have manual mode mastered means your photography skills are really sharpening. We can show you just a little more of where you can go next. This could be anywhere from Lighting to Metering Modes – there’s ALWAYS something to improve on in your photography.
Photography Storytelling is a skill when can be learned with practice and reaction to constructive critique. It takes patience but is very rewarding too! Let’s look at how using your daily life can drastically improve your skills whilst learning new ones too.
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Working on set, behind the scenes requires skill but more so it requires tactical photography and capturing moments, being a ghost and getting the job done. These five tips will get you on your way to having a better understanding of what you need to know.
It’s a long well-documented debate that will continue. Is photography art? There are two sides to this and of course, it’s subjective. We think it is. Why? Because putting time and effort into creating a well-composed piece of photography requires dedication and patience, much like painting an art piece.
Understanding how ISO works is one thing, but do you always use it right? Auto ISO is there to ensure you’re photography is constantly improving by concentrating on other aspects like Aperture & Shutter Speed. This doesn’t mean neglecting manual ISO, but rather improving your knowledge and skill so that you’re confident to use it like a pro!
Even professional photographers make mistakes, sometimes albeit unintentional. The reasons behind these can be down to excitement or complacency – both opposites of the other! Let’s look more into this odd phenomenon.